September 21, 2017

All Blocks:

Continue studying ratios. We will finish quizzing tomorrow.

Daily Review quiz is tomorrow. Don’t forget to have your daily review sheet signed to receive 5 points extra credit on your quiz. (We glued it in the back of your notebook today.)

 

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Announcements 9-21-17

Seniors:  Please send us a copy of all college acceptance letters and military enlistment documents. We want to celebrate with you and add you to our “Warrior Wall!”

The River’s Community Service Club will hold its first meeting Thursday, September 28 in room 101 after school. If you enjoy serving others, plan on attending to learn more about our projects.

Hollins University will be conducting interviews with interested Seniors on Monday, September 25 from 2:00 – 3:00 pm. Sign up on the sheet located on the Guidance bulletin board outside of the Media Center.

At this Friday’s home football game, we will have a tailgate for all River Rowdies. Any student who is a River Rowdie or wants to be one is invited. Stop by the front office to sign up if you plan to attend. We will have hot dogs for guests while they last.  See Mrs. Worley if you have any question. The tailgate will start at 6:00 pm.

Come out and help support the NR Football program on Wednesday, September 27 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Chick-Fil-A on College Drive. Flyers are in the main office. Present the flyer (no drive-thru orders) and NR Football will receive 10% of the total sale. Come inside and spin the Spirit Wheel for more prizes.

Students, faculty and staff: The game of the week in the 757 is at Nansemond River Friday, September 22 at 7:00 pm. The undefeated and currently ranked 8th in the area Indian River Braves travel to Nansemond River to take on our undefeated and 3-0 Warriors. Get here early and create a home field advantage like no other in the 757. Let’s make this game a sell-out!

The first Beta Club meeting of the school year will be held on Thursday, September 21 in the Library at 3:15 pm.

FCCLA Kick Off Ice Cream Social is Thursday, September 21, 2017 after school in room 117.  FCCLA is Family, Career, Community Leaders of America.

If you are interested in being a member of Ladies of Distinction and have not returned your interest form, please see Mrs. Credle in room 230.

Attention all Seniors:  If you haven’t taken your senior portraits, please stop by room 127. Retakes will be held on Monday, October 2.

Yearbook presale orders are $55.00 until October 1!

Make your Senior year memorable by purchasing a page in this year’s yearbook. Discount price for a full page is $125.00.  The deadline for this amazing deal end on October 1.

ASUS tablets are available in the Media Center for checkout. Stop by and get yours today. First come, first served!

10th and 11th graders may register for the PSAT from September 11 – 21. Cost is $16.00 (payable by check, money order or cash.)  The test date is October 11. See your English teacher for registration information.

Students are reminded of the SPS Dress Code Regulations. Any student that does not adhere to these expectations will be referred to the office. The student will be required to change their clothes. Continued non-compliance may result in disciplinary action. Students will have to wait in the front office until arrangements for appropriate attire are made.

– Clothing must cover the stomach, back and shoulders.
– All skirts and dresses should be finger tip length.
– All pants should not have rips or tears above the finger tip length.
– Hats and hoods are not permitted.
A list of all of the dress code regulations can be found in the student handbook.

#WeAreNR

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EFES Teacher and Staff of the Month for September 2017!

We would like to congratulate Mrs. Kerr and Mrs. Norma Williams for their outstanding hard work!

Mrs. Kerr was nominated as the EFES Teacher of the Month for September!

Mrs. Williams was nominated as the EFES Staff Member of the Month for September!

We appreciate all you do for our school and our community!

Awesome job ladies!

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Make a difference and join the PTA! Online sign-up is now available!

Click here for the PTA membership form.

Click here to sign up online!

 

MEMBERSHIP IS $6 PER ADULT. (YOU DO NOT HAVE TO HAVE A CHILD AT CREEKSIDE!)

**YOU ARE NOT OBLIGATED TO VOLUNTEER. **

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Sept. 21, 2017

(INp.16) Complete the percent, decimal, fraction chart. Round to the nearest hundredths. You must show your work just like we practiced it in class today. See (INp.15) for examples.

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9/21-Homework

BLOCK 1-Finish page 32 in your Math INB

BLOCK 2-Finish page 32 in your Math INB

BLOCK 3-Finish page 32 in your Math INB

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Intramural Sports Seasons

Here is a complete overview of our Intramural Sports Seasons and associated deadlines. Click “View Full Post” for PDF Listing.

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College Night and College & Career Readiness Fair

The SPS College Night is October 2nd from 6-8pm at King’s Fork High School.  Over forty representatives from colleges and universities will be in attendance.   Also, SPS will host the annual College & Career Readiness Fair on November 18th from 8:00 to 12:30 at King’s Fork Middle School.  Information for both can be found in this flyer: College Night and Fair Flyer

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Wed 9/20

Sign up for Remind. Check it out on remind.com. Use this phone number: (757) 809-2118, and use the code for your class (see below).

4th block – Remind code: @stoneblk4  No homework.

6th block – Remind code: @stoneblk6  No homework.  If needed, return your signed information sheet and safety contract.

7th block – Remind code: @stoneblk7  No homework.

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October Calendar

October 27-November 3-Book Fair

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September Calendar

School dates for September

 

September 21-Pajama Jam Reading Night

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New Addition to the Playground!

 NPES has some new seating on the playground.   It is called a “Buddy Bench” and several schools in our district have had them installed. The idea is to help students come together and make new friends and also help students who are having issues making friends. You can read more information on the idea of the “Buddy Bench” at http://buddybench.org/. Below is also link to a segment that aired on NBC Nightly News in May. Please discuss the Buddy Bench this week with your students. Our particular bench has been dedicated in the memory of Dr. Milton Liverman, former SPS Superintendent, who passed away this year. Mr. David Mitnick, who is on our school board and a member of Suffolk Education Foundation, has spearheaded this effort in our district. Thanks!!

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2017-2018 Family Engagement Activities

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Sept. 20, 2017

(INp.14) Complete the Percent, decimal, fraction chart. Remember to simplify the fraction. See (INp.13) for examples as to how to do tonight’s homework.

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September 20, 2017

B1 and B2: Continue studying ratios. We will finish quizzing tomorrow.

B3: Study for the ratios quiz tomorrow.

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Wednesday, September 20

Block 1 – Thursday Bell Work – Ratio Quiz tomorrow

Block 2 – Day 4 Daily Review – Review notes

Block 3 – Thursday Daily Review, FDP chart (show your work), Test (Ratios and FDP) Tuesday

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EFES Book Fair

Our Fall book fair will be October 2-11 in the media center. You can contact Mrs. Hall-Warner for more information at careyhall-warner@spsk12.net

For more information and to preview the featured titles at this year’s book fair please click the link hyperlink above!

 

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Vocabulary 2 New Vocabulary and Roots

vocabulary Set 2  
   
identical exactly alike
transport to move from place to place
timid shy
frigid very cold
insist to say in a strong manner
fathom to fully understand
verify to prove true
fidgety unable to be still
vacant empty
triumph great success or win
trivial having little importance
hideous horrible to look at
flimsy lacking strength
belligerent nasty attitude
bedlam mass confusion
   
Roots  
poly, multi many polygon, multitask
tele from afar telescope
act to do, driven to do action, activity
sion, tion state or quality concentration
cogn to know cognitive
bene good or well benefit
mal bad malfunction
ness state or quality goodness, kindness
less without clueless
fract to break fracture, fraction 
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Announcements 9-20-17

A huge shout out to the Golf team for their successful regular season of 5-5 and City Champions!

NR Softball practice will be moved to Tuesdays and Fridays. There will be no practice today. Practice will resume on Friday.

A Girls’ Basketball interest meeting will be held today in the library at 3:15 pm. You must have a ride home. For further questions, please see Coach Mason in the library.

At this Friday’s home football game, we will have a tailgate for all River Rowdies. Any student who is a River Rowdie or wants to be one is invited. Stop by the front office to sign up if you plan to attend. We will have hot dogs for guests while they last.  See Mrs. Worley if you have any question. The tailgate will start at 6:00 pm.

Come out and help support the NR Football program on Wednesday, September 27 from 5:30 – 7:30 pm at Chick-Fil-A on College Drive. Flyers are in the main office. Present the flyer (no drive-thru orders) and NR Football will receive 10% of the total sale. Come inside and spin the Spirit Wheel for more prizes.

Students, faculty and staff: The game of the week in the 757 is at Nansemond River Friday, September 22 at 7:00 pm. The undefeated and currently ranked 8th in the area Indian River Braves travel to Nansemond River to take on our undefeated and 3-0 Warriors. Get here early and create a home field advantage like no other in the 757. Let’s make this game a sell-out!

The first Beta Club meeting of the school year will be held on Thursday, September 21 in the Library at 3:15 pm.

FCCLA Kick Off Ice Cream Social is Thursday, September 21, 2017 after school in room 117.  FCCLA is Family, Career, Community Leaders of America.

Are you interested in non-competitive athletic fun? The Warrior Ultimate Frisbee Club is back! An interest meeting will be held on Wednesday, September 20 immediately after school in Mr. Lippiatt’s room, room 116, for anyone wanting to play.

If you are interested in being a member of Ladies of Distinction and have not returned your interest form, please see Mrs. Credle in room 230.

Attention all Seniors:  If you haven’t taken your senior portraits, please stop by room 127. Retakes will be held on Monday, October 2.

Yearbook presale orders are $55.00 until October 1!

Make your Senior year memorable by purchasing a page in this year’s yearbook. Discount price for a full page is $125.00.  The deadline for this amazing deal end on October 1.

Seniors:  Now is your chance! Vote for your favorite color for the Senior and River Rowdies T-shirt by going to the Senior Google Classroom. Voting is open until Wednesday, September 20.

ASUS tablets are available in the Media Center for checkout. Stop by and get yours today. First come, first served!

10th and 11th graders may register for the PSAT from September 11 – 21. Cost is $16.00 (payable by check, money order or cash.)  The test date is October 11. See your English teacher for registration information.

Students are reminded of the SPS Dress Code Regulations. Any student that does not adhere to these expectations will be referred to the office. The student will be required to change their clothes. Continued non-compliance may result in disciplinary action. Students will have to wait in the front office until arrangements for appropriate attire are made.

– Clothing must cover the stomach, back and shoulders.
– All skirts and dresses should be finger tip length.
– All pants should not have rips or tears above the finger tip length.
– Hats and hoods are not permitted.
A list of all of the dress code regulations can be found in the student handbook.

#WeAreNR

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Feed Virginia Day of Action 9/29

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